Passing current user id to Rails models

Long time since last post, isn’t it? Well, I’m completely busy with my work in Nettigo, selling Arduinos and other nice gears :) I do not do gigs anymore, so there is a lot less reasons to write about Rails. But I still use this framework, since my backend software is written in Rails, so […]

Associations and to_json on collections of objects

ActiveRecord’s Serialization module does provide to_json method. It allows include associations when dumping to JSON, but it works only for single objects. If You want to run it against collection, returned by find :all You will get: >> Model.all.to_json :include =>:association TypeError: wrong argument type Hash (expected Data) from (irb):13:in `to_json’ from (irb):13 If You […]

MySQL, collations and Rails – or server, database, connection – that is not all

Last few weeks were somewhat crazy time. But I’m seeing finish line not so far away and I hope to find more time for blogging in upcoming weeks. At least I have few things to share, which could be interesting for other Rails developers. So let’s start with MySQL and it’s collations. I have wrote […]